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Jonathan’s Whirlwind Week in Japan: Symposiums, Seminars and Sushi.

Tokyo, Japan  – Jonathan embarked on a whirlwind week-long journey in Japan. His mission? To attend symposiums, deliver seminars and enjoy the Japanese culture once again! Travelling from Tokyo to Nara was the first stretch of his journey attending the pre- ISBC2924 symposium being held at the Todaiji Culture Centre, Nara. This event was held…
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Durham/Norwich Collaboration

Jonathon Liston joined colleagues in Norwich during the second week of April to express and purify a series of mutants of the enzyme gyrase in part of an ongoing collaboration between the CPBM and the Ghilarov Lab at the John Innes Centre. The proteins are now with us in Durham for assays to be completed…
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Congratulations to Dr. Zuza Pakosz-Stepien – A Journey to Excellence

In a momentous occasion, Zuza successfully earned her Ph.D. degree, marking the end of years of dedication, hard work and commitment. Behind every successful PhD stands a supportive network of peers and mentors. Heartfelt thanks go to Prof Jonathan Heddle for the time and support given to Zuza to achieve her success. Zuza returned to…
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Team Heddle Enjoys Fun-Filled Afternoon: Lunch and Bowling!

In a delightful break from the usual work routine, the Heddle Lab team recently embarked on a memorable outing that combined good food, camaraderie, and a dash of friendly competition. The team started with a quick lunch at The Food Pit in Durham and then headed over to Lane 7 bowling alley. Some were seasoned…
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